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Multi-Speciality Health Camps

Within the past 10 months, we have successfully conducted 24 multispeciality health camps, reaching out to diverse communities in urban slums, rural areas, and Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs).

Breast and Cervical Cancer Camps

Our Breast and Cervical Cancer Camps in Bolakpur and Bansilalpet aim to raise awareness and provide essential screening and vaccination services. With specialized doctors in oncology and supportive nursing staff, we focus on early detection and prevention, ensuring better healthcare outcomes for women in these areas.

Cardiopulmonary Resusitation

Empowering our community with life-saving skills is a core belief that drives our mission. Through 24 dedicated Emergency CPR sessions, we have made a significant impact, reaching and positively influencing over 825 individuals.

Anemia-free Communities

It is an ongoing three-month initiative aimed to continuously improve the health of women, to positively impact the lives of 100 women.

Blood Donation Camps

We conducted 22 blood donation camps in collaboration with corporates as volunteering events, benefiting over 1800+ individuals

Nursing Home

Our healthcare is a reciprocal bond. The community adopts our dedicated doctors, promoting a personalized environment, while our doctors wholeheartedly adopt the community, ensuring a deep understanding of its healthcare needs.

Physical Health Awarness Camps

Committed to holistic well-being, we've organized targeted Physical Health Awareness Camps for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in their hostels. These sessions, emphasizing accessibility and inclusivity, aim to empower and educate PWDs on enhancing their physical health. With an impact of 150+, our initiatives

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Blood Donation

Almost all serious health issues use blood donated by people like you and me to save lives. Blood, that is donated is useful at every 2 mins. Any amount of blood is necessary for the patients. Your blood could save a life. Not everyone can save a life. But you have an opportunity to. Dont waste it! One cannot make blood , it is a gift we all have inside of us to give to those who are injured, sick or in need.


Support for Gov Hospitals

Nirmaan is working on this health emergency by supporting primary health centres and covid designated hospitals at hyderabad The main focus is on supporting the patients from underprivileged communities and on reducing the burden and stress on government hospitals and health centres. Few of the requirements are Setting up extra ICU beds , Supply oxygen concentrators, Support with human resources like staff nurses, lab technicians, ward boys, patient care providers, data entry operators etc.,.


10 Bed ICU

Even the Secondary Hospital at the District headquarters in many cases do not have ICU beds. Important to create this 10-ICU bed units rapidly, to handle severe cases of Covid-19..


Supporting West Singhbhum

West Singhbhum, also called Chaibasa colloquially, is a District in the Southern Part of Jharkhand State. With the onset of COVID-19 Pandemic, the district has notified 18 Government Hospitals for management and treatment of the infection, 15 of which are Community Healthcare centres. With a total bed capacity of 450 beds earmarked for COVID Care, only 200 beds have oxygen support and only 18 beds are ICU supported.


Hyderabad Needs Oxygen

Telanganas daily infection count rose to ~7500 cases with a positivity rate of ~10% as of 30th April’21. The virus spread continues to be high in the Greater Hyderabad area with over 1,000 positive cases being reported every day for the past 14 days, and anecdotal evidence suggests potentially larger caseload on the city’s medical infrastructure. 6 days ago we realised that we simply cannot stand by and do nothing and 700 people have felt the same way.


Hysea Covid Response

After receiving Rs 70 crore in donations during the first wave of the pandemic, Hyderabad Software Enterprises Association (Hysea) has been able to mobilise over Rs 13 crore in less than three weeks’ time during the second wave of the pandemic in Telangana. Through these donations, Hysea and member companies along with NGO Nirmaan are looking to step up its fight against the pandemic.